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A Start

A Start

Six years ago, finding myself in a set of circumstances – both personal and professional – that could be viewed as either a challenge or an opportunity, I decided to pursue thinking of it all as the latter, and began weighing my options. It was that options-weighing that ultimately led to the creation of OpenDoor […]

Is This Thing On?

Is This Thing On?

I have a problem. Well, really, I have a lot of problems. Physical, mental; really, just a huge pile of problems both large and small. For the purposes of this post, though, there’s one problem in particular that I’m grappling with though in fairness, the problem is made up of several smaller problems, and it’s […]

Still Open

Still Open

I know, it’s been a while, and not very much has seemed to happen in that time. Not here, at any rate. That’s not because I’ve given up on OpenDoor Comics, but the fact of the matter is that what I had hoped would happen so far, well, hasn’t. What had I hoped? Mostly that […]

Quick Link Post

Quick Link Post

Popping in just to share a link to this post at The Mary Sue. I love comics. I love reading them, writing them and also writing about them; comics are a big part of my life. What I don’t love is the industry that currently surrounds comics. Quite a few people are fighting to change […]

The Path

The Path

As I’ve been toiling away working on the Media Kit mentioned in my last post – which is why it’s been a while since my last post – there’s been something at the back of my mind that’s given me a bit of pause. We all know by now (I hope) that OpenDoor Comics is […]

Get Real

Get Real

Just popping in to quickly share a link to a goood article on a relevant topic by Laura Hudson at Wired: It’s Time to Get Real About Racial Diversity in Comics “The alternative and independent comics scene is leaps and bounds ahead of the big publishers, as usual, and that’s where the real action is happening,” […]